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Cover of the DVD - the Cretan Paradox

The Cretan Paradox

The Cretan diet is THE reference for nutritionists, yet Crete is at the top of the list for obesity and cardio-vascular diseases. In an uncertain global context, the Greek government is accused of being disengaged and its agricultural policy of being archaic. And yet some believe that agriculture in Crete has been fortunate to have avoided the errors of intensification and has thus been able to conserve biodiversity.

Updated on 08/08/2013
Published on 07/04/2012
Keywords: nutrition - Crete

This film proposes a debate over the many paradoxes and confrontations between nutrition and production systems.

For more information, see the QUAE website.